When starting Core for the first time, there is an option about where to put the data directory. It seems like that would be a good time to ask about a few other options, such as pruning and dbcache size, and create a .conf file with those settings.
The settings can be adjusted through the GUI after the program starts, but it needs to be restarted from them take effect...
CubicEarths: Knots already does the pruning bit, FWIW
would be nice to get it merged, but review is slow..
The changed file in that Chinese Pull Request seemed to be about creating a fork of Bitcoin and then changing just one line of code. Closing it without merging was the correct decision.
I'm trying to track down a QT UI bug. The 0.16.0 release is fine, but what I build from the head as the problem. Where can I find the exact config options used to make the release binaries?
ossifrage: ./configure --help
ken2812221, I know how to use configure, but I don't know what is used to build the release builds, the ldd output for the release binary is fairly minimal, but my build is huge (60 vs 18)
you can take a look at contrib/gitian-descriptors/gitian-*.yml ,this is the script for release build
ken2812221, thanks, building with the config options from gitian (doubt it is going to help, most likely a local qt problem)
[bitcoin] NicolasDorier closed pull request #10202: [Wallet] FundRawTransaction can fund a transaction with preset inputs found in the CoinView (master...fundrawtransaction) https://github.com/bitcoin/bitcoin/pull/10202
[bitcoin] NicolasDorier closed pull request #10216: [Wallet] FundRawTransaction can accept pre-set inputs whose parent is not yet broadcasted (master...fundrawtransaction2) https://github.com/bitcoin/bitcoin/pull/10216
bitcoin/master 937bf43 fanquake: Use std::thread::hardware_concurrency, instead of Boost, to determine available cores
bitcoin/master bc67982 Wladimir J. van der Laan: Merge #10271: Use std::thread::hardware_concurrency, instead of Boost, to determine available cores...
[bitcoin] laanwj closed pull request #10271: Use std::thread::hardware_concurrency, instead of Boost, to determine available cores (master...replace-boost-getnumcores) https://github.com/bitcoin/bitcoin/pull/10271